Personal, Social, Health & Economic Education
What is PSHE Education?PSHE education is a planned, developmental programme of learning designed to help learners develop the knowledge, understanding and skills they need to manage their lives, now and in the future in modern Britain.
It deals with real life issues which affect children and young people, their families and their communities, and engages with the social and economic realities of their lives, experiences and attitudes.
Wilson’s School is committed to excellence in PSHE education and have signed up to the PSHE Association school charter for PSHE education. To find out more, please follow the link to the PSHE Association web page.
Autumn Term 2018
- Year 7: Introduction and settling in; Objective setting to allow for a review at the end of the term; Personal identities and friendships; Form hustings and voting for representatives on Student Board; All about me (looking at how to introduce and present ourselves to build positive relationships and how to give and take constructive criticism); Review against objectives set at the beginning of the term.
- Year 8: Relationships (values, behaviour, rights and responsibilities); Multiple Intelligences and Learning Styles; Careers and Options.
- Year 9: Healthy eating; Exercise; Eating disorders; Media and body image; Economy and financial choices.
- Year 10: Stress and positive coping strategies; Extremism and British values – understanding and preventing extremism; Teenage Cancer Trust; Parenting.
- Year 11: Sexting; CV writing; Work experience letters; Money matters; Emotional first aid.
- Year 12: Self-Awareness, Study habits, Mental health – anxiety and depression, body image
- Year 13: Resilience, Self-esteem, Community and society – British values, Health – Meningitis and Testicular Cancer, Credibility, Pornography
Spring Term 2019
- Year 7: Safeguarding (understanding how to keep safe and who to go to if needed); Human rights and responsibilities; Living in a diverse society; Bullying; Student Board; Revision techniques; Review against objectives set at the start of the year.
- Year 8: Safeguarding (understanding how to keep safe and who to go to if needed); Interview skills; Physical disabilities; Mental disabilities; Run/Hide/Tell.
- Year 9: Safeguarding (understanding how to keep safe and who to go to if needed); Online focus – Internet safety; Online focus – propaganda; Online focus – contact from people; Illegal substances; Alcohol.
- Year 10: Safeguarding (understanding how to keep safe and who to go to if needed); Divorce; Testicular Cancer and SRE; Domestic Violence; Female Genital Mutilation; Honour Based Violence.
- Year 11: Safeguarding (understanding how to keep safe and who to go to if needed); Sex Education and contraception, consent, positive relationships; Sexuality; Trans issues; HIV/Aids.
- Year 12: Safeguarding, Sexuality and Sexual Relationships, Sexism and Misogyny, Bullying and sexuality, Drugs,
- Year 13: Safeguarding, Healthy Sexual Relationships, Financial Awareness & budgeting, Revision and responding to feedback
Summer Term 2019
- Year 7: Healthy lifestyles; Physical activity; Money matters; Domestic violence; Resilience (coping strategies for stressful situations); Year 7 Buddy preparation; Student Board; End of year review.
- Year 8: Drugs; Positive online relationships; e-safety and cyber bullying; Social media use; Online grooming; Radicalisation.
- Year 9: Safe sex and sex myths; Consent; Pornography and sexting; Drugs; End of year review.
- Year 10: Domestic violence; Bereavement; Sexism/Gender; Preparation for Battlefields Visit.
- Year 11: Managing stress; Self Harm; Revision techniques and Staying healthy.
- Year 12: Handling bereavement
If you ever have any questions relating to PSHE, please don’t hesitate to contact Adam Sturt, PSHE Co-ordinator by email.